Graduate Theological Union

Spring 2002

  • Revelation's Song
    Kendra Haloviak is a sixth generation member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a specialist on the book of Revelation, and a 2002 GTU graduate. She comments "it's one thing to have a vision, it's another thing to pull it off. At GTU the vision is being embodied."

  • "My Hands Have Opened"
    New GTU graduate and Kenyan priest Patrick Wanakuta Baraza reflects on his journey to Berkeley to study Islam.

  • New GTU Graduates
    The GTU extends its warmest congratulations to the graduating students of 2001-02.

  • Arthur Holder to be GTU's New Dean
    Dr. Arthur Holder has been at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific since 1986, where he has served as Dean of Academic Affairs, Professor of Christian Spirituality, and Director of Field Education. He takes over as GTU Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs in July 2002.

  • GTU Hosts Enrique Dussel
    Argentinian scholar speaks on globalization and the renewal of liberation theology.

  • Marty Stortz on Iris Murdoch
    With a stubborn ebullience characteristic of the subject herself, the movie "Iris" presents the life of Iris Murdoch, philosopher, novelist, playwright, and critic. By PLTS Professor Martha Stortz.

  • From the President's Desk
    "Here at the GTU, conversations about the role of religion in public life have been at the forefront of our work, in this past year in particular..."

  • News and Notes